Problem: In the Lewis structures of N2H2a. There is a nitrogen-nitrogen triple bondb. There is a nitrogen- nitrogen single bondc. Each nitrogen has two nonbonding electron pairs (lone-pairs)d. Each nitrogen has one nonbonding electron pair (lone-pair)e. Each hydrogen has one nonbonding electron pair (lone pair) 

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In the Lewis structures of N2H2

a. There is a nitrogen-nitrogen triple bond

b. There is a nitrogen- nitrogen single bond

c. Each nitrogen has two nonbonding electron pairs (lone-pairs)

d. Each nitrogen has one nonbonding electron pair (lone-pair)

e. Each hydrogen has one nonbonding electron pair (lone pair) 

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